The New Albany Women's Network's annual charity fashion show on Nov. 8 will benefit Cornerstone of Hope of Columbus, an organization that helps families of grieving children and schools dealing with the loss of a student.

The New Albany Women's Network's annual charity fashion show on Nov. 8 will benefit Cornerstone of Hope of Columbus, an organization that helps families of grieving children and schools dealing with the loss of a student.

Cornerstone of Hope was founded in 2003 by Mark and Christi Tripodi after the death of their 3-year-old son in 2000. Cornerstone is meant "to not only help people understand and accept their grief, but to help them move forward and embrace a life full of hope," according to the organization's website.

The organization provides counseling and therapy for individuals, as well as programs to deal with grief in the workplace and school-crisis intervention.

The fashion show is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, at Winding Hollow Golf and Event Center, 6140 Babbitt Road, New Albany.

Tickets are $45 or $400 for a table of 10 and include lunch. They are available online at NAWN.org/fashion-show.

Proceeds from the show will be used by Cornerstone for its in-school grief groups for the 2014-15 school year.

The 2013 charity fashion show raised $20,200 that was donated to Rachel's House, a program that helps women reintegrate into society after they have been incarcerated.

Rachel's House is operated by Lower Light Ministries of Columbus.